Former Head of Radio at Royal Media Services’ Radio Citizen Ms Joyce Gituro has for the first time disclosed the role she has played in musicians Willy Paul, Bahati and Weezdom’s rise to fame.
In a post on Instagram, Gituro said the 3 are like sons to him and they have been through her hands as they worked to earn their spots in the music game.
She went on to say that it feels good to see them all grown and make moves in the music industry, as she also called on people to stop judging them.
She stated that God is dealing with each of them individually and in no time, they would all speak of what he has done in their lives.
“These are my sons, wamepitia mikononi mwangu in their journey to fame. I thank God for them @bahatikenya @weezdom254 and @willy_paul_msafi. It feels good when you see your babies grow and become responsible citizens. Please don't judge any of my sons, God is dealing with them and sooner or later, we shall have a testimony! #MyDayToday #LovingMySons,” said Joyce.
Gituro who also had a stint at Mediamax as the Head of Radio Division shared pictures together with the singers whom he had, had a meeting with.
New TV show
After quitting Mediamax, Joyce Gituro announced that she was starting her own show dubbed ‘Sema na JG’ that would air on YouTube.
The new show will focus majorly on health issues affecting Kenyans, which she will be discussing and getting more insights from experts.